'PLEASE WAKE UP': US teen livestreams sister's crash death

An 18-year-old woman suspected of driving under the influence crashed the vehicle she was driving, killing her younger sister, and she live-streamed the incident to her Instagram account.

The video, which was live streamed to Obdulia's Instagram account, shows the moment that the vehicle rolls over a fence and into a nearby field.

A teenage driver has been arrested after her sister was killed in a crash near Los Banos that was recorded live on Instagram. I f****** killed my sister, OK?

Jacqueline Sanchez, 14, of Stockton, was killed in the crash.

An 18-year-old alleged drunk driver broadcast a fatal auto crash on social media that took her little sister's life. The auto veered onto the right shoulder; Sanchez overcorrected, swerved across the left lanes and crashed through a wire fence. The camera then pans to Jacqueline's body as Sanchez speaks to the camera. The other passenger sustained major right leg trauma.

Obdulia Sanchez complained of pain in her chest and right knee after the crash, according to CHP.

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Obdulia Sanchez was in Merced County Jail on Monday, accused of driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs and gross vehicular manslaughter.

The footage was originally posted on Instagram but a copy was recorded by a friend of a friend of Obdulia Sanchez and shared on a Facebook account. In the backseat were two 14 year old girls. "This is the last thing I wanted to happen to us but it just did", Sanchez says.

In the live recording, Obdulia can be heard saying, "Jacqueline, please wake up".

According to Buzzfeed News, Sanchez continued to film with her phone after the accident and even pointed the camera at her dead sister, while declaring that she knew she would be arrested by the police. I'm sorry, baby. I'm gonna hold it down'.

The CHP is examining the video as part of its investigation.

'Wake up baby, I'm f***ing sorry baby, I did not mean to kill you sweetie'. Furthermore, family members have set up a GoFundMe page to raise money for the funeral of Jacqueline.

  • Sonia Alvarado